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  • Live the Questions: How Searching Shapes Our Convictions and Commitments, By Jeffrey F. Keuss

    Live the Questions

    How Searching Shapes Our Convictions and Commitments

    by Jeffrey F. Keuss

    Life is full of questions—about our identity, our relationships, our faith—and sometimes it seems like there are no easy answers. But our questioning can lead us on a journey into greater understanding and purpose. Jeffrey Keuss takes us on a tour of Scripture to find insights from people who asked questions of God and others, exploring what those questions can teach us about doubt, faith, and uncertainty in our everyday lives.

  • 1 Corinthians: An Introduction and Commentary, By Thomas R. Schreiner

    1 Corinthians

    An Introduction and Commentary

    Tyndale New Testament Commentaries

    by Thomas R. Schreiner
    Series edited by Eckhard J. Schnabel
    Consulting Editor Nicholas Perrin

    The cosmopolitan city of Corinth was the site of one of the apostle Paul's greatest evangelistic successes. However, the church he founded was full of contention. In response, Paul offered some of his most profound thinking on the body of Christ, love, and Jesus' cross and resurrection. In this Tyndale commentary Thomas Schreiner explains the text of the letter, highlights its major theological themes, and points to its relevance for today.

  • Same-Sex Attraction and the Church: The Surprising Plausibility of the Celibate Life, By Ed Shaw

    Same-Sex Attraction and the Church

    The Surprising Plausibility of the Celibate Life

    by Ed Shaw
    Foreword by Vaughan Roberts

    When Christians have same-sex attraction, how should the church respond? Pastor Ed Shaw experiences same-sex attraction, yet he is committed to Scripture and the church's traditional position on sexuality. In this honest book, he shares his own experiences and shows us that obedience to Jesus is ultimately the only way to experience life to the full.

  • Finding Holy in the Suburbs: Living Faithfully in the Land of Too Much, By Ashley Hales

    Finding Holy in the Suburbs

    Living Faithfully in the Land of Too Much

    by Ashley Hales
    Foreword by Emily P. Freeman

    More than half of Americans live in the suburbs. Yet for many Christians, the suburbs are ignored, demeaned, or seen as a selfish cop-out from a faithful Christian life. What does it look like to live a full Christian life in the suburbs? Ashley Hales invites you to look deeply into your soul as a suburbanite and discover what it means to live holy there.

  • Sustainable Young Adult Ministry: Making It Work, Making It Last, By Mark DeVries and Scott Pontier

    Sustainable Young Adult Ministry

    Making It Work, Making It Last

    by Mark DeVries and Scott Pontier

    Young adult ministry can scare us, but what if it's not as enigmatic as we've been led to believe? Full of practical advice from their own experience (and a wealth of additional resources), this book from Scott Pontier and Mark DeVries explores six common mistakes churches make in their efforts to reach young adults, offering six paradoxes that return us to a simpler, more biblical ministry model.

  • Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective, By Robert C. Bishop and Larry L. Funck and Raymond J. Lewis and Stephen O. Moshier and John H. Walton

    Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins

    Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective

    BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity

    by Robert C. Bishop, Larry L. Funck, Raymond J. Lewis, Stephen O. Moshier, and John H. Walton

    From five authors with over two decades of experience teaching origins together in the classroom, this is the first textbook to offer a full-fledged discussion of the scientific narrative of origins from the Big Bang through humankind, from biblical and theological perspectives. This work gives the reader a detailed picture of mainstream scientific theories of origins along with how they fit into the story of God's creative and redemptive action.

  • An Introduction to the New Testament: Contexts, Methods & Ministry Formation, By David A. deSilva

    An Introduction to the New Testament

    Contexts, Methods & Ministry Formation

    by David A. deSilva

    This comprehensive New Testament introduction not only outlines historical, social, cultural, and rhetorical contexts, but it also points students preparing for ministry to relevant facets of biblical interpretation. Brimming with maps, photos, points of interest, and aids to learning, this beautiful, full-color second edition of an established textbook is the first choice for those who want to integrate scholarship and ministry.

  • The Lost World of Adam and Eve: Genesis 2-3 and the Human Origins Debate, By John H. Walton

    The Lost World of Adam and Eve

    Genesis 2-3 and the Human Origins Debate

    The Lost World Series

    by John H. Walton
    Contributions by N. T. Wright

    What if reading Genesis 2–3 in its ancient Near Eastern context shows that the creation account makes no claims regarding Adam and Eve's material origins? John Walton's groundbreaking insights into this text create space for a faithful reading of Scripture along with full engagement with science, creating a new way forward in the human origins debate.

  • The Radical Disciple: Some Neglected Aspects of Our Calling, By John Stott

    The Radical Disciple

    Some Neglected Aspects of Our Calling

    by John Stott

    In the last book by the leading evangelical churchman of the 20th century, John Stott opens up what it means at root to be a follower of Jesus. He explores eight aspects of Christian discipleship which are too often neglected and yet deserve to be taken seriously: nonconformity, Christlikeness, maturity, creation care, simplicity, balance, dependence and death.The message is simple, classic and personal: Jesus is Lord. He calls. We follow.

  • Mapping Your Academic Career: Charting the Course of a Professor's Life, By Gary M. Burge

    Mapping Your Academic Career

    Charting the Course of a Professor's Life

    by Gary M. Burge

    Experienced professor Gary Burge identifies three cohorts or stages in the academic career and explores the challenges, pitfalls and triumphs of each. Based on a career's worth of experiences, observations and insights, he leads academics to reflect on where they are, have been and are headed in their professional lives.